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Toffa v. Edlin

United States District Court, W.D. Washington

December 12, 2017

ANTOINE TOFFA. Plaintiff,
v.
RYAN EDLIN aka RYAN EDIN, Defendant.

          PLAINTIFF Eric Misterovich (P73422) Pro Hac Vice Granted (ECF No.3) Revision Legal, PLLC 8051 Moorsbridge Rd.

          DEFENDANT Ryan Edin 2 Willow Glen, Branton, Doncaster South Yorkshire, DN3 3JD, GB

          Nicholas Ranallo Washington Bar No. 51439

          CONSENT JUDGMENT

          RICARDO S. MARTINEZ CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         Plaintiff Antoine Toffa, by and through his attorneys Revision Legal, PLLC and Ranallo Law Office, and Defendant Ryan Edin, stipulate and agree as follows:

         1. On October 28, 2017, Plaintiff filed his Complaint against a John Doe defendant asserting a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1030, Conversion, Intentional Interference with Contractual Rights, and seeking Declaratory Relief regarding Defendant's actions to unlawfully obtain possession and control over Plaintiff's <opinions.com>, <brands.com>, <companies.com>, and <polls.com> domain names (collectively referred to as the “Domain Names”).

         2. The Defendant, now the registrant of the Domain Names as listed in the public WHOIS records, used a privacy protection service called WHOIS GUARD, INC. to shield his personal details from public view.

         3. On October 29, 2017, Plaintiff's counsel provided WHOIS GUARD, INC. a court-stamped copy of the Complaint and demanded it drop the privacy protection on the Domain Names' public WHOIS records.

         4. On October 29, 2017, Plaintiff's counsel provided a court-stamped copy of the Complaint to domain name registrar eNom, Inc., located within this judicial district, and requested the Domain Names be locked from further transfer.

         5. On October 30, 2017, eNom sent the registrant of the Domain Names an email informing him this lawsuit had been filed and that eNom was placing a lock on the Domain Names. eNom sent that email the following email addresses:

A3B7AB1CDB6747608C92894CF8859B3B.PROTECT@WHOISGUARD.COM,
6C86F6E864F64D9A8363A78D1FEE7937.PROTECT@WHOISGUARD.COM,
25CFDF4732B641C8AA2DB12F2813E735.PROTECT@WHOISGUARD.COM, and
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